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2 oz. Bedbug and Flea Fogger (3-Pack)

$9.97 /each
  • Reaches fleas hidden in carpets and other hiding places
  • Effective, long-term control
  • Kills bed bugs, fleas, lice and ticks

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Hot Shot Bedbug and Flea Fogger contain a combination of ingredients that kills both adult and hatching fleas. Kills hatching fleas before they grow up to bite. Nylar the insect growth regulator in this fogger continues to control hatching fleas for up to 7 months by preventing their development into adults. The fogger reaches fleas and other listed insects hidden in carpets, rugs, drapes, upholstery, pet bedding, floor cracks and open cabinets. Occasionally adult fleas may be present in treated areas when reintroduced from infested animals.

  • Kills bedbugs, fleas, lice and ticks on contact and provides effective, long-term control
  • Contains 3 cans treat up to 2,000 cu. ft. each
  • Inhibits flea re-infestation for up to 7 months
  • Contains nylar - prevents fleas from developing into the biting adult stage
  • Formula contains nylar to help prevent fleas from developing into the biting adult stage
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Does the bedbug & flea fogger kill bed bug eggs & larvae?

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Nope... it is a waste of money!
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I have a small one bedroom, or seems to work for about 6 weeks.
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I've used these successfully before. It may not kill the eggs, but it has a IGR ingredient that prevents the hatched larvae from developing, so they die. Some eggs always escape because they are deep in the carpet. Usage of these foggers for success is critical; professionals say leaving foggers 8 hours before opening the room and ventilating makes them far more effective. I also use far more of them Read More
I've used these successfully before. It may not kill the eggs, but it has a IGR ingredient that prevents the hatched larvae from developing, so they die. Some eggs always escape because they are deep in the carpet. Usage of these foggers for success is critical; professionals say leaving foggers 8 hours before opening the room and ventilating makes them far more effective. I also use far more of them that the directions say - double up on larger areas or those that are constricted. I've always used them in conjunction with other products such as a flea carpet powder with a IGR ingredient that you shake over carpet and then work it in with a broom, then waiting At Least several hours before vacuuming the surface stuff up. Also I use a spot spray, again with IGR component especially for bed mattress, sides of box spring, and underneath the bed. Bed sheets, dog mats, and anything washable needs to be washed with Hot water with Borax (like 20 Mule Team borax) added to the load. Borax chemically 'burns' the eggs so they don't hatch.
Not cheap and lots of work, but far less expensive than getting an exterminator out to do it. Having said that, if you have a really bad infestation that's been there for a long time, you may have to go that route anyway. When you first see a few fleas on your pet, you already have a full infestation - so hit it early.
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October 10, 2015
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no it does not...
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September 10, 2015
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I have not had a good result. I have had about a 50% kill rate. In a two bedroom apartment, I placed five fogger's in strategic places at once. I am at a loss as to egg kill, and bedbug kill. I've tried it previously with no results.. Perhaps I need some guidance on this. I am prepared to keep trying until the bedbugs get sick and tired of it, and move somewhere else.
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August 29, 2015
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I used two canister in a 110 sq ft room which i thought would be stronger. I even insulated the door by putting a towel underneath. I washed my clothes in hot water and put it in the dryer. I stayed out of the room for 4 days until the smell went down. I came back in the bed bugs were crawling everywhere. None of them died. I should have listen to the other reviews.
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July 23, 2015
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It helps to keep the population down . Try Hot Shot No-Pest Strips to get rid of bedbugs completely.
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July 7, 2015
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I used the fogger on three separate occasions and not only did it not kill the adult bedbugs, we kept seeing the baby bedbugs.
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June 23, 2015
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I don't think it kills anything..
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May 26, 2015
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Not fleas that I seen. I don't know about bed bugs but the fleas were still in the bed.
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March 24, 2015
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this is a spray that works by suffocating the adult and juvenile bed bugs , it does not kill eggs.
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March 24, 2015
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I don't think it does. In my case they kept coming back after only 12 hours! Then again I had a well established colony! I suggest getting a professional pest control. May also need to heat the entire house to 160 deg for a few hours if the bugs are in the walls. Deadly heat will kill the eggs and the bugs. The bugs will lay new eggs constantly and they have a hatching period of just a week. You might Read More
I don't think it does. In my case they kept coming back after only 12 hours! Then again I had a well established colony! I suggest getting a professional pest control. May also need to heat the entire house to 160 deg for a few hours if the bugs are in the walls. Deadly heat will kill the eggs and the bugs. The bugs will lay new eggs constantly and they have a hatching period of just a week. You might want to buy a steamer and steam your mattress and pillows and wash everything with hot water and hot dry cycle on a very frequent basis like daily or certainly weekly! I also recommend putting tupperware around the legs of your bed and moving the bed away from the walls. Line the tupperware with petrolum jelly which will get the bugs stuck and keep them from crawling to you. Read Less
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December 18, 2014
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It's not listed for control of bed bug eggs. We recommend fogging, then following up with the Hot Shot Bed Bug & Flea Home Insect Killer liquid spray or aerosol (both of which will control eggs.
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Once the fog dispates, do surfaces need to be wiped down? How about the mattress or box spring? Can you just put the sheets on and be fine?

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March 24, 2015
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I would wipe it down or run the vaccume cleaner across it just to be sure. I did not have a vaccume cleaner so this was not possible for me, but I did have to wipe down all my food surfaces and all my food-prep item. Lots of work esspecially since I was setting this thing off daily for 2 weeks straight and the bugs still kept coming! This product is not very effective!
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December 10, 2014
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I didnot do that. It seems ok. I had same concern when I used in one of my room. So I took mattress up when I discharge the fogger. One room I just kept sheets on and used it. It still worked.
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September 30, 2014
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Yes, the fogs dispates and no we did not wipe anything down unless we were eating on it. I just put my sheets on the bed.
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September 29, 2014
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Cover your bed and use another product. This one is awful.
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yes, why would you want to leave the poison on anything you are going to touch or put food on, wanted to clean the house anyway, I would have done anything to get rid of those bugs
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July 29, 2014
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No residue that you can see.
No bad odors either.
Used it in a room with a cloth sofa.
Also, for a carpeted (new style semi-shag) room
No issues.
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July 24, 2014
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I just put all the food and utensils away where the fog couldn't reach them. I did wipe down counters and appliances and vacuumed, but I just put the sheets on the bed. There is no obvious residue. I suppose it depends on how sensitive you are to chemicals. There is a number on the can to call for questions - 1800-917-5431. It wouldn't hurt to ask them.
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July 22, 2014
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We used this in our kitchen/ living room as well as the bedrooms. We didn't notice any residue on the counters, tv or anywhere so we just made our beds up and went on with normal life.
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I am meticulous and would not want to chance any exposure to the chemicals which were in the fogger so I would wash the surfaces. As for the mattresses, they should be fine since you are not directly laying on them.
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sheets should be put in the dryer and run on high first. this kills any eggs and babys hiding.
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May 16, 2014
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Hello Ralf,
Anytime you use a fogger of any type you should wipe down surfaces throughout the home. This is especially true of food preperation, bathroom, and bedroom furniture surfaces. Since this is a bedbug and flea fogger your furniture will be left exposed. After fogging and the recommended venting time has passed, vacuum all furniture and mattresses then place the bag in a zip-lock container and Read More
Hello Ralf,
Anytime you use a fogger of any type you should wipe down surfaces throughout the home. This is especially true of food preperation, bathroom, and bedroom furniture surfaces. Since this is a bedbug and flea fogger your furniture will be left exposed. After fogging and the recommended venting time has passed, vacuum all furniture and mattresses then place the bag in a zip-lock container and dispose of it into the trash outside. I hope this helps.
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Do we have to disconnect the smoke detecters as well?

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Instructions state turn off gas and I thought I'd just turn the main breaker to make sure nothing in the house has power to be running but nothing is said about the battery operated smoke alarms. So should I remove the battery from all the smoke alarms?

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I don't...battery powered stuff doesn't have enough power to spark. They are giving these precautions as the foggers fill your house with a potentially flammable mixture with air though it's my opinion that the probability of reaching the lower flammable limit is low unless you do something really dumb, like placing a fogger right next to a furnace that has a pilot light with the door open . For myself, Read More
I don't...battery powered stuff doesn't have enough power to spark. They are giving these precautions as the foggers fill your house with a potentially flammable mixture with air though it's my opinion that the probability of reaching the lower flammable limit is low unless you do something really dumb, like placing a fogger right next to a furnace that has a pilot light with the door open . For myself, I don't go so far as killing the main breaker. I do shut down the central air & heat and any fans; you don't want that moving the fog around. Read Less
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Yes you need to disconnect them. I didn't the first time and they will go off due to the vapor and heat released.
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No.
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I used 2 cans in a small room and it never set it off..
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I bought 2 boxes of the bedbug fogger.I never had to take the batteries out of the smoke detector and I used the products twice.
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I have used this spray three times and it has not set off my smoke detectors at all.
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No, smoke detector is not a possible ignition source.
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we didn't.
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I disconnected, or unplugged everything, why take a chance
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July 31, 2014
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It's not necessary to disconnect smoke detectors when using this fogger.
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Is this cat safe, and how long does it take?

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I have 2 cats and want to make sure they won't be bothered by chemicals after. How long would we need to be outside while the fogger does its thing?
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I'm no expert by any means. We kept our cats out of the house during the specified time. When we were allowed to return, we let them back in the house. There were no adverse affects. Each fogger system is different. Make sure to read the labels for the amount of time they suggest
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You need to keep pets out of the area while the fog is doing it's work. I ignore the 2 hours it says on the box, as professionals have advised that 8 hours makes them far more effective. Fleas are tough to get rid of. But once you're reached the end of the 'fog period' and aired out the room, it's safe for your cats.
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Keep your cats out of treated room/rooms until they are completely aired out. I vacumed and wiped down my furniture before letting my cats enter the room that I treated.
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The instructions state to people and animals should not be in the house for two hours after you set off the fogger.
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The label clearly states you need to vacate the premises . This includes all animals: Dogs, cats, reptiles, fish, etc. I would cover your fish tank as well, so the water is not affected. cover wood table tops as well.
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Yes. my kids have a cat and it is safe to use. Just remember to close room door for two hours when you use it. I keep my room door for a half day for safety.
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We have a dog, we left the house for 3 hours because of the smell and it did not harm the dog. Not sure about a cat.
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Yes it is safe, even for the fleas. Spend a little more and get something that works.
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September 21, 2014
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The fogger will need to work undisturbed inside the home for two hours, then you can expect at least two more hours of time for ventilation. After that, you and your pets can re-enter the home as usual.
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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 146 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by its ok I had my son stop an pick this up for me, this product was a a three can not four can box rated to cover 2000sq ft home . it does work however in comparison to past similar products doesn't work as well . After applying the foggers I still need to go back and buy another box to reapply and finish the job. on a positive note they are easy to use. September 6, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not as good It worked for the other bugs in the house except the fleas. August 30, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works on More than Fleas The results of putting out the bombs was not as effective as promised. Most bugs were killed but not all, a second bombing is required. I have not tried the "guarantee" to see if money is actually refunded if not completely satisfied. To me, the bomb does not contain enough pesticide to do the job as advertised. It was expensive, a separate bomb is required for each room and with purchasing a second go around it was a little more costly. I would only recommend it if you know the one time does not work well enough to kill all the bugs. The product did kill a variety of bugs and if you live in the south you will know that owning a pet will bring you a lot of companion bugs with them. July 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worthless Fogged my house still saw live bugs an hour after waiting period August 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by worked The area i was working on was not heavily infested. This did the job September 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Used twice as much as recommended and fleas were still present the next day. This was the second treatment in two days. I had hoped one one would do, but fleas were still present to following day. After the second treatment there were still fleas present. I vacuumed in between treatments too. I ended up hiring a pest control company. August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by White socks test - fail Actually have more fleas on my socks the day after bombing, because I'm not interested in being an open buffet, I also purchased and used the sprayer. Saw another reviewer suggesting a second bombing, I might have to try that but I'm not so sure I would want to use the same product. August 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Got the job done! I read the instructions and It was very easy to use! August 3, 2016
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